This is the kind of heritage that too often gets lost, a nineteenth century inn from a northern suburb of Bucharest. Known as the Yellow Inn as it was yellow, there was no obscurity to that naming decision.
The rear of the building, which, to be honest isn’t the most visually interesting at the museum. The interior was recreated using archives, although the building transformation doesn’t yet look quite complete. Internally, there are thirteen rooms, three halls, a veranda and a kitchen.
The bread oven, which is more modern, from the mid-twentieth century.